INFLUENCE OF VITAMIN E, MACRO AND MICRO MINERALS ON REPRODUCTIVE PERFORMANCE OF CATTLE AND BUFFALO- A ReVIEW

Citation :- INFLUENCE OF VITAMIN E, MACRO AND MICRO MINERALS ON REPRODUCTIVE PERFORMANCE OF CATTLE AND BUFFALO- A ReVIEW.Agricultural Reviews.2014.(35):113-121bhakat.mukesh@gmail.com
H.M. Khan1, M. Bhakat*, T.K. Mohanty and T.K. Pathbanda2 bhakat.mukesh@gmail.com
Address : Livestock Production Management National Dairy Research Institute, Karnal-132 001, India

Abstract

Most of the periparturient disorders in dairy cattle and buffaloes have been associated with vitamin and mineral deficiencies. Thus supplementation during periparturient period wherein there is heavy demand and drain of nutrients could probably prevent these disorders. Further these problems need to be addressed in light of the region specific requirements.

Keywords

Buffalo Cattle Periparturient disorders Mineral supplementation and Vitamin supplementation.

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